Coast Liner Queen Speeds
Through Golden Gate With
Prow Sunk Low in Water
Vessel Beached and Blaze
Caused by Cigarette Is Put
Out; Captain Hero
With prow sunk low in' the water,
the blades of its propeller part; ex
posed and dense volumes of smoke
pouring from the forward hatch and
cargo ports, the Pacific Coast company's
•Earner Queen, which was discovered
to be on fire shortly after 5 o'clock
Wednesday evening, while off Point
JRcye.«r, came into port under its own
steam at 2:30 o'clock yesterday morn-
• The 52 passengers who sailed from
•San Francisco on the ill fated coaster
three hours before the fire were
crowded against the rails, and when
.the brightly lighted fire tug David
.>eann'el met the burning Queen in the
•'north channel, just opposite Sausalito.
and Tit alongside' to take charge of
■th<? fire fighting, a mighty cheer went
up. from the overwrought men and
women who had passed through a night
IM|MvN«.K.'S> I. UIIMBD
-.With all possible dispatch the pas
sengers were transferred to launches
and landed at the Howard street wharf,
'and then followed one of the most spec
• tacular sights ever witnessed on San
.Francisco bay. as the Queen ran at full
speed for the Mission mud flats, while
the augmented crew of the fire tug
strun? IS lines of hose into the steam
ers forward hold and took up the bat
tle against the flames where the ex
hausted crew of the steamer had
As in all thrilling accidents at sea.
heroes a;ose to meet the danger when
the fire broke out. and while full credit
M given every officer and member of
the crew, to' Captain George H. Zeh
■gops the lion's share of praise from
the passengers. When smoke was first
discovered pouring I from . the forward
companionway. and hateV Captain Zeh
was in his cabin chatting with Captain
C 11. White of the steamer Senator.
which recently was brought down from
the north. The Senator's captain was
on his way hOI to Seattle for a
.months visit with his family. A deck
hanri ran down the top deck, calling
"Fire.' 1 The two captains ran up on
the. bridge and at a glance Captain Zeh
took in thp situation. Asking Captain
White to direct the movements of the
steamer and keep the wind abaft, so as
not to allow the draft to carry the
flames hack toward the engine room,
Captain Zeh ran to the forward deck.
On the deck directly/over the fire
Captain Zch called for volunteers, and
his crew stepped forward vt« & man.
Quickly directing certain men. to go
among th« passengers and reassure
them. Captain Zeii tied a, met hand
kerchief across Ma 'tar*,* and picking
ha!.f a dozen of the volunteers ordered
them to follow him into the burning
hold. .The second cabins and firemen's
quarters are located In the forward
•part of the ship, directly over the hold
where the fire started. Captain Zeh
led his men into the second cabins and
.assisted in rousing and 'getting out the
'passengers, many of whom were in
their bunks suffering from seasickness.
■ After seeingl that everyone was out
of danger and/on deck Captain Zen
•descended through the sickening smoke
.into the lower hold and learned that
the flre was burning fiercely in a con
signment of oil soaked oakum. In the
rn«-antinif the fire lines had been strung
and water soon was pouring into the
hold. A deckload of fresh vegetables
and trams of oil was Jettisoned in
order to facilitate the work. Operator
George I* Hayes had sent out the
"S. CX' S." distress signal on the first
fire alar mand the steamers President
and Norwood and revenue cutter Mc-
Culloch hastened to the Queen's aid.
The fire was discovered, about 5:30
and from "that time until* 10:45 the
Queen lay to with the wind abaft, keep
ing the flames confined to ,the for
ward part of. the ship. The tons'of
"water poured into the forward hold
settled the stem well down Into the
water and listed the stern upward, so
that,when the Norwood arrived.at 7
o'clock tho Queen's position appeared
to perilous. The Norwood awaited the
arrival of the President, which came
at, 8 o'clock, but Captain Zeh refused
to attempt to transfer his passengers/
as the seas were too heavy and th«
email boats would have been smashed
on the steamer's side.
• Then began the thrilling run down
th* coast for port, with the President
and McCull»ch staying Just astern of
the Queen to si* aid If the fir© got
beyond control. I Realizing the serious
ness of the situation. Captain Zeh asked
the President to slay by all, the way
into the harbor until he saw the pas
sengers safely transferred.
While the Queen was coming through
the heads the owners of the steamer
asked the aid of the fire tug. Assistant
Fire Chief J. HcLuskey took charge of
the David Scanners fire fighters, ably
seconded by Captain Rocca. While the
passengers were being passed through
a starboard freight port % the Scannel
tied up to the port side of the Queen
and started to pour water on the flre
from eighteen nozzels. It soon was
seen that the forward part of the Queen
was sinking.deeper from the Inrush of
water. The pump's on the Queen were
unable to handle the amount of water
toeing poured in by the Scannel, and It
•was found necessary, to:cut out eight
lines until the ■ steamer could be
beached. Once on the mud flats twenty
Btreama were brought into play and. in
less than an hour the flames had disap
peared and only the smoldering and
damaged cargo remained.
CIGAIIETTE PROBABLE CAUSE \'..y.'.i
The actual cause of the fire Is not
known, although Captain Zen is of. the
opinion that a lighted cigarette care
lessly dropped jby some stevdore just
before the Queen sailed must have
smouldered in the ; oakum bales ' and
finally burst into flames. The hatches
of the forward , hold were battened
clown and no ; members of the crew
could have gotten Into the freight laden
where the fire started. The Queen
wag hauled from,: the mud, flats ;at 4
o'clock yesterday, afternoon and docked
at the Broadway wharf. : Until the hold
la cleaned out and examined no definite
estimate of the loss sustained can be
given by -the owners. From a cursory
examination it appears that the damage
to th>> vessel Is slight, while about. 700
tons 'of cargo,=.mostly, fresh ,vegetables
anil;* general merchandise, was de
After the Queen was beached Ij.
Schafer, 745 Minna street; O. Anderson.
S9S Capp street, and B. Sullivan, «75
Castro street, - all" ■ members I of - the
Q'i*»n'i crtw, were) treated at the Har
bor hospital for 'conjunctivitis brought
CHEER FIRE FIGHTERS
Ttvo of the women n>/io v?ere passengers on Queen during terrible battle
with the flames.
about by the action of the smoke upon
tbelr eyes. John Perry, a janitor, fell
Into the hold while fighting the flre and j
suffered bruises and lacerations. Ralph I
Brown, a waiter, who volunteered I
among- the first to join the fire fighters, j
fell into the hold and dislocated his!
right shoulder. He was overcome by j
the smoke and a member of the crew j
was lowered itfto the hold and res- ,
The passengers who were sent to the
Manx hotel as guests of the steamship
company will be sent north today on
the steamer City of Paebla.
Amateur Gets First Flash
d the wireless operator on the
steamer Queen turned loose on
Wednesday evening the three dots,
three dashes and three <tms that in the
continental code spell "S. <>. 5.," the
wireless signal of distress, it was not j
only the commercial and government
stations that sat up and took notice, j
Every amateur for miles around spent j
the rest of the evening with his re- i
ceiver at his ear. It was an Oakland!
amateur, Lewis M. Clement of 116
Wayne avenue, that kept George H. |
Higbee. manager of the Pacific Coast i
steamship company, in touch with the i
i^attle that was being 1 fought out on j
the dark Pacific.
lent is ;t freshman at the Uni
versity of California and has the fur
ther good fortune to be a nephew of
• 'aptain Eugene Freeman, who used to
be a l>ar piiot and is a member of the
state pilot commission.
Young Clement heard : the Queen'a j
"S. O. B." and received the first mes- I
sage telling of the steamer's predica- ;
ment. Captain _Freeman notified As- !
sistant ■ General Passenger Agent j
Keefer, who passed the word 'along to i
lit* chief,'C.'D. Dunann, who in turn
telephoned Ihe - word to Manager Hig
bee. Keefer spent the rest of the even
ing in the attic of the Jfre'eman home,
where Clement's", wireless apparatus is I
installed. Clement stayed by the' board !
and every ♦ ftessage to or from the
Queen or in -any way connected with
the' ateansr's*.trouble was Intercepted
by him and sent over the telephone to
Manager Iligbee. • •
Fire Fighters Use. Wireless
The San Francisco fire department
used wireless telegraphy' yesterday for
the first time in its history. So . far"
as known, Battalion Chief McCluskey's
dispatch for; 2,"i more men to . aid ■in
handling the: Queen, : sent ■ by the In
strument on board/that vessel and
picked up by the Merchants* exchange
apparatus and then transmitted to the
various flrehouses. was the first used
by any. city fire department in Amer
ii a of the new method of communica
: iskey asked that the rei; (
ments he . sent to ti
wharf, whence they were taken off and
used in the later work on the Queen.
Chief Murphy reported to the fire
commissioners yesterday that he found
of the country assemblymen and
senators in favor of the bill to require
the state to pay half the expense of
maintaining the tv.-o firehoata, David
Hcannell and Dennis J. Sullivan, in use
to protect the bay shipping. The cost
is $100,000 a year. The chief re
turned yesterday from Karr.imer.to.
where he had gone in the interacts of
William X c^irran and George R.
Lawson were promoted to the rank of
captain and the civil service board was
asked to certify five hosemen for ap
MARTINI ADMITS THEFT
FROM SADiE ROSENBAUM
Stole Jems and Money From
Girl He Met at Beach
C.eorge Martini, who stole a hand
bag containing $4QO worth of jewels
and coin from Sadie rtosenbaum, plead
ed guilty in Judge Lawlor'a court yes
terday, and the case went over ti
urday for sentence to be imposed.
Martini became acquainted with Badle
Rosenbaum by meeting her on the
b«;ach near the cliff house. He proposed
they should go to the Sutro baths for
a swim, and she^greed. She intrusted
to#him her handbag containing the
Jewelry and money for safekeeping,
but while she went to the ladies'
dressing, room Martini left with the
GOBBLERS TO DANCE
. AND ENTERTAIN
"Head Scratcher" and "Money
Getter" on Committee
The American Order of Gobblers,
Grand'Roo^t and Roost 1, will en
tertain their friends at an annual dance
nil entertainment on February 8, at
Golden Gate commandcry hall. The
following, are the officers:
Grand head gobbler..Frank B. Connolly: worthy
head gobbler, /J.:' MeETer*; , nr*t A tall • festli
(ti, Edward Bkombergar; Ker.oml tail feathrers,
James Mnlryan: left wiDg. ' George Leonard'
right wing, Hy .Segelken: bead scratrber, R. Ja
coby; money getter, Fred Yon , luendorf; keeper
of rooet, Fred <>rauffel;'berder of Book; Michael
Christmas; caretakers,' B. Illrschberg and -B.
Iverson.' " - '-0 ' ■',
The committee" of "arrangements }•:
Walter Mlnner, Doctor," ♦ Oschner, H.
Jacoby and H. Yon Ijaendorf, ;
Electric Automobile* on- Southern Pa
. . «•!«<• Ferrlea 11 >
Commencing- Thursday, January 26
the Southern .Pacific will ciry on Its
Oakland *. pier ferries, -• In . aHdltion to
maximum of gasoline automobiles.
as many electric .automobiles, as -can
be accommodated" after taking ' care at
baggage, mall. and express trucks. This
in addition to , hourly service ~on , the
Oakland harbor,.ferry leaving San
Francisco on the even hour and carry-
Ing as many automobiles as ran be ac
commodated, . approximately 75 on each
trip, ■;■■■■. ;' - '""" ..._ ■■•,•,; -; , -'■-•
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. 1911.
ACTS LIKE GULL
Machine Equipped With Hydro*
planes Swims, Flies and
Returns to Water
Continued From Page 1
planes and a new arrangement of front
surfaces. Curtiss climbed into the seat
and started the powerful motor.
The aeroplane scudded up the bay at
a 40 mile flip for a quarter of a mile,
then lifted oiit of the water and rose
to a height of 50 feet. Curtiss brought
it down on the surface after flying
half a mile and turned around as easily
a* a motorboat. »
Putting on his full power, he rose
again, this time to a height of 100 feet,
sailed out over the bay a mila from the
starting place, circled around near the
revenue cutter Bear and the repair ship
Iris and landed lightly on the water in
front of his hangar on shore.
"I have succeeded in solving the one
problem the secretary of the navy re
garded as the most difficult, ami the
one necessary to make the aeroplane
0 tb,e navf," taid CurtlM as
he stepped ashore, "i can new start
an aeroplane from the water alongside
hip. make my trip and return,
alight alongside and be hoisted aboard.
This I believe is of great importance
to the navy.
"I shall continue the experiments for
some time and will he able to further
perfect the appliances I am using to
rise from and alight on the water."
Lieutenant Walker of the army
' reported to Curtiss today, on orders
from General Bliss at San Francisco,
and Lieutenant Paul Beck will report
Saturday. The instructing of two army
officers and Lieutenant Ellyson of the
navy will begin on North island Mon
day, when they will take their seats in
I an aeroplane for the first time.
WILL IGNORING WIFE,
IS DECLARED INVALID
Witness Says Other Words
Were Read to Him
The will of John I* Sullivan, who
> died in August, 3908. leaving an estate
! worth $2,000 to his brother and slater,
but ignoring his wife and two children,
was declared invalid by Judge Graham
yesterday. James K. Brown, a witness
of the wyi, stated that the instrument
exhibited in court was not the orte
read to him, and that, as he understood,
it was Sullivan's intention to leave his
money to his wife and children.
A contest of the will of Julia Drynan,
who left an estate worth about $20,000,
was begun yesterday by Mamie Kloos,
Margaret Byrne, John A. Swift and
William Swift, nieces and nephews,
who were left $100 apiece. The greater
part of the estato was willed to Mary
Josephine Drynan, another niece. The
contestants charge that their aunt wai
of unsound mind.
A petition for special letters of ad
ministration over the estate of Tulllo
A. Ttottanzi, a former supervisor, wag
Hied yesterday by his widow, Alice
The inventory of the estate of Alvlna
E. Goodrich, who was killed in an au
tomobile accident at Munich, Germany
August 31. 1910, was filed with the
county clerk yesterday, showing she
left an estate, comprising chiefly
realty in San Francisco, worth $152,733.
The bulk of it Is divided between Rose
A. Buckingham, a sister; George Luch
lnger, a brother, and two ni<
ELY EQUALS RECORD
•In a practice game of ■ thsree cushion ; billiards
at i the Oratify • last e.Tcnin? Frank < Ely * made ' a
high run of - ID,- which ■ is i said "to e<iual tbs
world's reeonl. -v Ely. was playing with V,' ,E.
Sinltb. .In the regular three cushion tournament
game Goldberg «nd Russell defeated 'Thorn
and Wi150n..35 to 33. . ■William Stratton sprung
a surprise in the pool content, beating .TO llllam
Williams 75, to G. ri. These players are now tied
for first place.
j Notable Deaths * 1 j
♦__ —--—: __.—■■-• ■■■ ■>■■'¥
SIR CHAKLE3 DILKE— London, Jan. 26 —&lr
. Charles Wentworth : Dilke. member of |>arlia.
. ment, died today, of heart trouble.' He: was
recognised ias one of the most brilliant mind*
' In. parliament.: , . ; ,v ;
MAJOR 3. : E. TOBESMAN—b>* Angeles, Jan "'
:,-:. M. -.Major J. R. Tobernian,*; three times mayor i
■p. of Los Angeles, died today;at the home of hU !
i *on tn Hollywood. He was' a natlTe ■of Vir- '■
! ginia, , and .wan •74 ■ yearn» of age. ■'- Major To-"
, berman »•« one of the organisers of Hie first '<
i . hank established In this cltjvand was the first
American mayor " I'°» Angeles, beginning hts
first > term: in 1872. 3He cam* 10 Ism Ansel**
—In IWt). having been appointed wvenua .cell»e*
tor by Pre»ideot Lincoln.
FOR CEMENT PLANT
Frank L. Brown Secures In
junction Against His Removal j
From Bond Company
... .' v
A struggle of. millionaires for con- I
\ trol of the San Juan Portland cement i
company, which has been brewing for
many months, came to a climax yester
day, when; the controversy was thrown
into the courts. Ranged on one side
are Frank 1,. Brown, well known as
president of -the palmer oil company;
Gustave Baumann of New York. F. Ser
geant of Chicago, W. F. Burrell and ]
Charles E. Ladd of Portland. Ore.; J.
C. Kemp Van Ec " of New York, and
their associates. Opposing them is a
group headed by H. p. Wilson, the
banker who undertook the reorganisa
tion of the California safe deposit and
trust company; W. A. Grubh of the
American steel and wir"e company. M. A.
Veals of New York and Victor Engin
eer. , . j_. _ ; •-• ■ ; ,-v ..;..:.-;
The San Juan Portland cement com
pany is a concern representing an in
vestment in excess of 250,000. It is
located at San Juan in San Benito
county. The property includes 2,500
acres of land, two branch railroad*, and
valuable machinery. The plant has
never been completed.
JUDGE FORBIDS MEETING
Brown and his associates control the
great majority of the bonds. The op
posing faction is said to have only 12
per cent of the securities. Brown and
his colleagues say that the minority
interests are endeavoring to force the
majority to buy them out. Some time
ago W. G. Henshaw. the Oakland bank
er, disposed of his holdings.
The contest is in many ways similar
to that of September. 1909. when some
of the present parties participated in
a struggle for the control of the Pal
>fl company. At that time the
Bruwn syndicate purchased the holdings
of \Y. G. Henshaw.
The issue came to a head yesterday
morning, when Judge Mogan signed an
order re^trafning the directors of
Brown, Wilson & Co, from holding a
meeting that had been scheduled for
11 o'clock. Brown is the plaintiff In
the suit begun yesterday, and he names
as defendants H. P. Wilson and Vic
ATTEMPT TO DEPOSE BROWN
Brown, Wilson & Co. is a New York
corporation, dealing in stocks and se
curities. Frank L. Brown owns 333
shares, H. P. Wilson SU and Victor
Knginger 334. There are no other
stock holders. A meeting, attended by
only Wilson and Knginger, was held
Tuesday morning in room 1211 of the
First national bank building, San Fran
cisco, at which resolutions were passed
designating C. C Boynton and O. C.
Wilson attorneys for the company, pur
porting to depose Brown as president,
•■lectiiig Knginger in his place, and
dirrctiiig Brown to turn over to Kn
ginger all the books and records of
Attorneys Gavin McNah, R. P. Hen
shall and Robert R. Moody, represent
ing Brown, contend that the meeting
was unlawful, because New York is the
place of business of the company. The
meeting adjourned to 11 o'clock yester
day morning, and the complaint sub
mitted to Judge Mogan, upon which he
restrained Enginger and Wilson from
holding the adjourned meeting, set
forth that it was in violation of the
FIGHT TO <;\l\ CO.VTROIi
"The meetings of Enginger and Wil
son in San Francisco, purporting to act
as the directorate of Brown. Wilson &
Co., are «. mere stratagem," said Brown
yesterday. 'They are fighting my
friends and myself for control of the
San Juan Portland cement company,
just as they fought us for control of
the Palmer oil company. They were
defeated in that contest, and will lose
this one as well. Brown. Wilson &
Co. were tho original financial agents
of the San Juan portland cement com
pany and were the underwriters of a
bond issue three years ago.
"There is_now a plan on foot to re
organize the cement company, and Wil
son and Knginger wish to remove me
as president of Brown, Wilson & Co.
in order that they may prevent us re
starting the cement company. My
friends and I own 75 per cent of the
bonds of the San Juan Portland ce
ment company. Foreclosure proceed
ings against the company have been
started In San Benlto county by the
Trust Company of America, trustee
under the mortgage and bond issue.
Wilsoa and Knginger are simply doing
all in yieir power to obstruct us in re
habilitating the cement company.''
The Doctor's Answers On
Health and Beauty Questions
The quentlons answered below are general In charac
ter; the nymptomß or diseases are given and the an-
Bwers will apply to any case of similar nature.
Those winningl further advice, free, may address Dr.
Theodore Beck, Colleff« Bldg., College-Ellwood fits.,
Dayton. Ohio, enclosing? self-addressed, stamped en
velope for reply. Full name and address must b«
given, but only initials or fictitious name will be used
In my snswers. The prescriptions can be filled at any
well-stocked drur store. Any druggist can order of
Mack: ,':— Tour re- I
juest, for a. simple
Mit efficient cough
md , lung remedy baa
ilready been answered
o these • columns, but
gg»m«frfcg*V I will repeat thin for
mula . which in superior to anything . I know
of to core chronic bronchitis,' hoarseness, whoop
ing cough, gore throat. . etc. Obtain frobm any
well-stocked druggist ■ 2V4-<*." package " of' es
sence 'of Mentho-Lsxene,; and mix It with i: a
home-made syrup according to direction! accom
panying it; this makes a, full pint of the finest
laxative, , curative and tonic cough . syrup, stipe
rior to patent or labeled goods and about 8 time*
cheaper. It makes the-most effective cough
remedy that I bate ever prescribed.
Xervnn»:—l : receive ■ many letter* • from <-■ both
men and women who class themselves as "ner
vous wreck*." Some attribute their condition to
dissipated Htm, some to society and" Its func
tions, some to indiscretions of . youth, ( and other*
bare no explanation.
< This condition beget* much . misery, melancho
lia, and Is accompanied. with such symptom* as
timidity, downcast eyes, lack of confidence, lout
memory and vigor, Void extremities;' dtxzlnest,
heart palpitation,'- trembling llmba, shortness 'of
breath, sleeplessness, | discontent. I Irritability and
a general Inability to act naturally at all times.
Scientifically •_ concentrated drugs,*• free', from
opium; cocaine, and the like, will overcome such
conditions. Obtain these Ingredients . separately,
avoid i any embarrassment, "• and mix at home :as
follows:.- Get three - ounces ■of compound > *ymp
sanaparilla In a six-ounce bottle. Get one ounce
each' of, compound fluid of balm wort, compound
essence cardiol and tincture cadomene . compound.
Add balmwort ■to * sarsaparilla, • shake ' and " let
stand , two ; hours. Then add ; other two ingre
dients, - shake well' and; take .a | teaspoonfu! I after
each meal and one when retiring. Drluk slowly,
at least a pint of water between each meal, and
soon i new life and nervous i force will ■b« < felt
coursing through the system and all distressing
symptoms, will be at an end. r;
Florence:— questions and symptoms'hare
been answered and explained several times here
tofore In these.columns, but as they.may hava
escaped your attention I will repeat my advice, i
as I have for many others. You have an ex-'
tremely chronic and-dangerous case of nasal ca-:
tarrh, and this Is responsible for your headache,
foul breath s and . indigestion. ; The mucus \ drips
Into your throat anil I hence to the stomach while
sleeping. "s Obtain•; two ounces ;of : vllao* r powder;
take.a.lerelteaiipoonfol and mix it i thoroughly
With ! one: ounce,of. white vaseline. Thl* mak«*
an excellent. healing balm when > applied to the
nojtrtls dslly.;vCee the remainder of the powder
as a nostril wash, a talf. teaspoonfnl to a pint
of warm water. Sniff the water from t the hoi- •
lowiof;the hand w»ll tip into the • nostrils until
aH mucus Is remoTed.<- I»o; this twice dally; and
In a < week m two all trace of.catarrh;will- van
ish. Keep up the treatment as i preventive. i
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
| Marriage Licenses J
V-—_—■• ""\" *.- ~ •'' '.' ~ ■■[\ — •»
- The following marriage licenses were issued la
! San Francisco. Thursday. January 26:
ANDREWS—«REEN—WiIIiam Andrews. 30.
' Oakland, ami Jennie K. <ircen. 21, .2403 Pacific
BAITER—AIGrST—Ottn Bauer. 23.' «> Uranus
street, and Annie August, 19. 4233 Army
*"'"""** wilHiftWt*"~ *'•- - r
casta<;noi.a-pi franco-- c««t»wl»i
; 21. ill Water street, and Isollna dl Franco.-1»,;
5T9 . Francisco (street. , ~>
CONRAD— HENDRICKSON-Clever % Conrad.
JR. 424 I.a:ir»! street, and Hlltua Hcndrickson,
:.19. 4101, Clement street.
nAVIS-riCKKRIU,—Howard C. Pavis, 23. and
Ptckerill. 23. both of Seattle. r*
JAC'ORS~4A«'OB»—JuIius J. ■" Jafob». 24. 12".
Mason street, and Edna E. 1 Jacobs, 20,; 2445
Tost street. =. : . , , ,-
LEONE— INDEUARTA -Baldasare Leone. 21.
: S2.'. I'nlon street, and Carmela Indellarta, 19.
! 425 Vni«n : street. •
\ OROVICH— I.IPICH— P.* Orovlcli. J 27.
and I.ucie Kuplvh. Is, both,of 574 Munich
■ street. • -^saMSMBHMMiB " '"
WHITMORE— rEI.TIER— Floriin le R. Whlt
more. 2.'«. and Cora E. Teltier, 20, both of
the Columbia hotel.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication offices and.be indorsed
with the. name and residence of persons author
ized to hare; the < same published. = Notices ■ re
stricted simply, to the announcement of the event
are published once In this column free of charge.
CORCORAN—In this city. January 25. 1911. to
■- the wife of William E. Corcoran (of Beulcla),
> a (ton.-.,. '. •■... .■; ■
IBANEZ— this city. January 23. 1011. to-the j
wife of Leonard C. Ibanez, a son.
AI.EXJCFI—GREGOVICH— this city, January
- 22. 1911.b.r Rev. T. N. Pashko*«*y. Gregory
'-■ Alexich aDd Angelina Gregovlch, both of this
■ ctty.v . ■ . • ... /.*,, .. -. - ..; ::•„ ' ___
__ EATHS — —
August. Joseph 1,..* 1 'organ. Elizabeth.. 50
Brockbsge. John F.. 1 [ Icrris, I.urell Fearn 3
Rut*. Catherine L..8 roore. William F..43
Cronon, - T......'....- f alas. Bridget.... .*.' 78
nawson, Harry ... - I'Kaue, Mary E... 80
Fitzgerald. James ..5 _»arker. C. M. T.... 49
Given?, George !>.. 4 Peterson. Charles. P. 58
| Gould. David F......V Reedy. Mary H....47
Halfrrd.' Thomas E. Si <areander. Catherine 36
Hoftrere, Catherine.. 01 -gbebady. Solomon... 60
Howard* Edgar X. . 24 Suiith, Anne E..:.. 84
Karp, Emma .1 .... .'l' Solari, .Tame* ....'.. 43
Killing. Henry .... !S2 Stern. M- h..:.:.: 40
. 1-iieth. Johann' F. H. 07 Trevsth/n. W. H... 60
MelMke, Abe....... 42 Waterman. Catherine 88
Macrae, Christine K. 32 Week*. Elizabeth .. ."2
Martin. Ernest C... 17 Wllford. Cbarlotta.. 64
Metalcr, Gertrude ■"",".* "6 Wollard, Julia.;.... —
Milly, Jerome . 87
' AUGUST—In San Leandro, January 26.. 1811.
1 Joseph. ■ 1,. August. • beloved husband of Isa
belle August^ and brother of William Aujrost.
and »<>n of the late Joseph and tmtta August,
a native of California, aged 46 years.
. Friends and aefltialntaneeiiare.respectfuUy 1n-
Tlteil to attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Saturday)". January 28, 1911. at 8:30 o'clock
a. m.. at St. Leander'n churcli. San Loandro.
Interment Hayward Catholic cemetery. '.
BROCKKAGE-In - Oakland. January 23, 1911.
John F.. beloved . buahand of Mary H. Brock
' base, and lOTlng ■ father of Mrs. K. Harris
nnd Frank E.. Kreri A.. Charles 1., and Rer.-
J. W. Brockhaee, a native of Germany, aged
74 year* 1 month and 1 day.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In-
Tited to attend the funeral'today : (Friday),
January 27. 1911. at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from
his late residence. 763 Eifhtoenth street,
] thence to Bt. Francis de Sales church, where
a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repose of bis soul, commencing at 10
o'clock a. m. Interment private.
BTJTZ— tnlg city January 26, 1911. Catherine
L., beloved wife of the late- John A. Buti.
late -of s4la Walla. Wash., a native of
County Cork. Ireland, aged 65 years.
Remains at the parlor* of the Henry J. Gal
lagher company. 1314 Webster street between
Kills and O'Farrcll. The remains, will he
shipped to Walla Walla, I Wash., Jannary 27,
1911. by 8:40 p. m. train, for Interment.
CRONON— In this city. January * 25. 1011. T.
Cronon, beloved husband of Mary Cronoo, and
father of Will C. Harry Burr. Emllle and
John O. Cronon, and Grandfather of Clifton.
. Aubrey and Dorothy Bell, a. native of Ohio. A.
• member of Mount Ida lodge No. 73,,1. O. O. F.,
of Vernon, Ind. ■ in»tin <if mii'*V* l ii ilnJi|lti!ta»^
M Friends j are respectfully Invited to attend
"the funeral today . (Friday). January. 27, at
■2:30 p. m.. from the chapel of N. Gray & Co..
219 C Geary street, under the auspices of the
General Relief Committee,' I. 0.0. F. Inter
ment Greenlawn cemetery, by antomoblles.
DAWSON— In this city. January 24. 1911. Harry
I I>awson,' nephew of William Karr, a native of
■Canton. O. (St. Louis, Mo., paper* please
copy). . " . . ■-.:■;
Krlendi and'acqsintaneei are respectfully In
vited to attend funeral services today (Fri
day), January 27, 1011. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
from the parlors iof the Western Addition
funeral directors. 17JU Dertsadero street be
-1 ween' Sutler and Bush. Interment Cypress
i ' Lawn cemetery,' by automobiles. ■ -
FITZGERALD-In this city. January 24, 1911,
at his late residence, if© Elsie street, James,
beloved husband of Mary Fitzgerald, and loving
father of James , L.. Edward G.. Gertrude.
1 Helen, Enitnett and John Fitzgerald, and
i brother of Llale Fitzgerald and Mrs. E.
i Keaor, a native of the partita of Balltnmalla.
County Waterford, Ireland, aged 54 years and
8- months. A member of Golden Gate camp
No. «4, W. O. W. (San Jose and Santa Clara
papers please copy.) - - . • .
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to 'attend the funeral today* (Friday >.
January 27/ 1911. from his late residence, im)
Elsie street, at 8:45 a. m.. thence to St.
John's church; where a. requiem hlph mass
will be celebrated for the repose of hi« soul,
commencing at " 0:30 a. m. Interment Holy
;/. Cross cemetery. . *
GlVENS—Enter** Into rest. January 26. 1911.
DR. THEODORE BECK
-Frank:—lf you are thin «nd bloodies and suf
fer with acute Indigestion.* nervousness, sleep
y.?'!""" *nd w *ikDM *. 1 would advise that, you
obtain a package of 3-gra!n Hypo-Nuclane ■ tsb
lets and take one before eating and one after.
Do Mt fat between meals. Drink nothing but
milk at mealtime, and drink it very slowly. •
: O. U'. Kidney and bladder disease afflicts
a larger number, than generally, supposed, - and
any one who lias such symptoms as lame back,
headache, feverlshneiu, puff* under the eyes, in
flamed eyelids, swelling of the ankles and feet,
free.nei»t, burn scanty or profuse urination,
especially at night, with pain'in the bladder re.
glon. may rest assured that the following pre
scription will prove vastly beneficial and all such
symptoms will : disappear. with Its - use. . Have,
your druggist mix or • obtain.. ingredients sep«.
rately- and mix at home:. Compound fluid balm
wort one ounce. ■■■■. fluid , extract buchu one ounce
and syrup sar«aparil!a ■ compound four ounces.
Take a teaspoonful before or after 'meals - and
one when retiring, drinking plenty of water be
twren meals, v i; ...:,
■John Henry K:—Ohronlc constipation Is an
other of mankind's afflictions, which has always
proven troublesome. to remedy until the follow
ing prescript ion was ■ originated ■in : one ; of j our
large hospitals. This not only relieves pleasantly
and ; promptly. * but : It , really t cures » the moat
chronic case* ; ever brought to imy attention:
Compound \ essence cardlol one 'ounce, ■ aromatic
cascara one mince and.synifKof rhubarb 2 ounces.
Mix and take ; from .; % to 1 teasnoonfnl after
each meal and one when retiring. , Children less
according to ace.i If given ;to children;lt pre
vents much sickness and contagion.'
'~cl Retail:—For sore; swollen, tired, aching, cal
loused feet I can recommend nothing better than
the following: Obtain two ounces of vllane pow
der; to i: gallon, of ,steaming >■ hot water • add ■ a
teaspoonful of the powder and Immerse the feet,
soaking them from, ten to twenty minutes ' every
night. This draws out the poisons and soreness
remove* corns, bunions. - callouses,- etc., and en
ables, any one to be on their feet many hours
daily.. _ . : ■
Fanny:—lf your hair is "greasy,". oily and
dead in lustre, you can quickly rector* Its lustre
and? eliminate, toe oily appearance - and at - the
same time cure the worst case of dandruff and
Itching s.c»lp. obtain a , foar-oonee jar of plain
yellow tnln.vol and use as per directions accom
panying same. Beautiful, lustrous, fluffy hair
will be your early reward. >.?;
Miss Francis:—Those people who are too thin,
who are weak ; and puny in . body,; with ' scrawny
arms, shoulders, and . bust, can < readily ! increase
their weight, improve the quality, of i their blood
by taking regularly tor several months the fol
lowing: Tincture csdomene compound one ounce
and comp. syrup hypophosphlte* five! ounces. Mix,
and take from ** to one teaspoonful before meals
an< . the : same after • m»als. Also take 3 grain
hrpo-nuclane; tablet* 'as i per t directions " accom
panying sealed package. As much as two to six
pounds a ? week »fcoul<J totm:ia Jeih oni Uie. Ab
normally thin. .
George I). Glvens. loving brother of Mrs. 11. j
8, Mchols and David" G. Glvens and Mr«.
Alexander MeCabe,?and Mrs. O. Came and
•.. Ada Givens, a. ; native of California,, aged 41
'.years. ■ ■-.' '".■.-'■'■ '■_-■■-.'■
. Notice, of funeral hereafter. ;
GOULD-In Alameda, January 25,. 3011. David
I'reti r <; O uld. beloved husband of the , late
" Mrs. D. '. F. Gould,' and loving father of '■ Alice
May,' Fredrick Peter and Ethel; I»uise Gould,
mid beloved son of the late Mr. and .Mrs. P. V.
Gould, and loving brother «f Mrs.. 3. I* McEI
; »"■ and dearie ■ W. : and Charles A. ; Gould, • a
native. of : Boston. ■ Mass.. age<l ;32 ■ years; 1
month .and 29 day*.- A member of San Iran
cUco Carriers' Mutual Aid Association.
' Funeral. service. todas ■. (Friday). - January
27. 1011. at I o'clock -p. m., from the resi
dence > parlors of James v Fowler. 2244 Santa
Clara avenue, Alaueda. r Incineration. Oakland
HALFORB— In « this city, January 2fl. ,'l9ll.
; Thomas E. Hal ford,' beloved con of the late
, Charles ' and Klliabe.tli Halford. and brother
!. Of : jiweph Halford and' Mi*. 11. Holm and
; Mm. C. Morchouse. a native of England, aged
62 years and 1 month. ' a) : '
! HOOREVE—In Sausallto, Cal.. January 2'>. IMI,
; Catherine."' dearly; beloved wife of Henry Ho
: greve. and loving mother of Mrs. F. Peters
«nd ; Adolf Hogreve,' and' grandmother of Her
; bert X.. Edna F. and Gwendolyn 'Peters, a
. native' lit Germany, aged 67 year* 4 months and
17 days. (Cleveland. 0.; and Detroit * papers
please copy. .• .■■-■; - ■•■
Friends aud acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to-atteud the • funeral, today'(Friday),
; at 10:30 a. m.. from the parlors of H. F. Suhr
* Co., 2919 Mission street between 1 Twenty
fifth and , Twenty-sixth. . Incineration Cypress
E Lawn cemetery. by^l:80 a. m. train, Twenty
fifth and Valencia streets. ' ■;
HOWARD— In this city." January 26, 1911. at
his residence; 1847 Mason street. Edgar Thomas
Howard. > dearly. beloved son of Cornelius and
- Annie Howard, .' and loving brother •of • Walter j
C. Milton J.. Clarence C. and Boy H. Howard.
a native of San ' Francisco, Cal.. aged 21 years
8 months and 22 day*.. .
KARF * (CHRISTEN)—In this city. January 24,
1911. at her late residence, 1542 Silver avenue,
Emma J., dearly beloved wife of Maximilian P.
' , Karp, ■ mother of - William J. - Karp. *.; loving
daughter of John A. ami Margarltha M. Chris
ten, and sister of Mrs. Henry F. Budde. Harry
c . William A., Charles M.. Margarltha E. and
the late John F. and Minnie. M. Christen, a
native of San Francisco, aged 32 years 4
months and 7 days. . :. ■■/;:"
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Saturday),
1 January 28. ■at 8:30 a. m.. from, the funeral
parlors of Monahan & Co.. ttM and 2341 Mis
sion street near Nineteenth, thence to St. An
thony's • church, •' Army street near Folsom,
i where a solemn > requiem hlcn mass - will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, com
* mencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery. ■•'
KEIXING—In West Berkeley, JaDuary 25. 1911.
Henry Kellioj beloved won Qf the late Santos
and Henry ; Kelling. and beloved brother of
Richard. Trinle and Louis Kelllug and Mrs.
Anita Kelling and the . late John Helling,
a native of San Francisco, aged 52 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited, to .attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Saturday). January 2S. 1911. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at his late residence, 2212 Fifth street.
Weal Berkeley. Interment Sunset View cem
etery. ,' . - ■ * :
LUETH—In Hayward. Alameda county. January
24, 1911. Johann F. 11.. beloved husband of
Mary c. Lueth. a native of Germany, aged
C 7 yean 11 months and 28 days. A member of
Court HulKTtus No. 15," F. of A., and Marine
:.-- Firemen's Union. -
McPIKE-^ln St. Helena." January 23, 1011, Abe
Mcl'ike, son of the. late John M. . and Mary
C. Mcl'ike. ■ aged 42 years and 4 months. =
Funeral today (Friday), January 27, at 2:30
p. m.. from the residence of E. G. . McPike,
■ St. Helena. Interment private.<^QJM|gM|
MACRAE—In this city, January 26; 1911, Chris
tine It.;.daughter of the late Duncan A. and
Barbara; A. Macrae, and beloved sister ■of
Donald P. and ; Peter A. Macrae ■ and Mrs. N.
j 1.. Walter and the late William D. Macrae, a
native of Inverness. Scotland, aged 32 years
10 months and .' days.
Funeral strictly private. . ■
MARTIN—In this city, January 25. 1911. at his
residence,. '•'■) State street off Castro between
Sixteenth and Seventeenth, Ernest C. Martin,
beloved son of Christopher and Mary A. Mar
tin, and brother of John H. and Elsie P. Mar
: tin, and grandson of John and the late Philippe
- Nute. and 1 nephew ,of James ' and - John Nut*
and T. Tregenxa. a native of San Francisco,
aged 17 years i months and 8 days. . I
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services today !
(Friday), January 27. • 1911, at 1:30 o'clock
p. m.. at Trinity Methodist Episcopal church,
corner .of Market and Sixteenth streets. - In
terment j Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Twelfth and Market streets.
METZLER—At rest. In this city. Januarr 25.
1911, Gertrude, beloved wife of the late Fran*
Metzler, and loving mother of Mrs. IR. - G»iek.
Mrs. G. Foff. Mrs. G.Mlerach, Mrs. M. Pitt
lick and Mrs. P. Neucnfeldt and Oscar. Emil
. and the late Charles and Richard Metxler; a
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-native of Germany, * aged 76 years 5 montbi
and 17 daj-s. -i
■ -',:■ Friends and acquaintances arc respectfully In-
I i vited to attend the fyneral tomorrow (Saturday i,
at 2 p. in., > from her late residence.. 334 San
' phea street between Sixteenth and Seventeenth."
Interment Mount - Olivet cemetery, by car- £
HILLY In th!« city, January 26. 1911. at hi*
residence. : 1317 Tenth avenue South. Jerome
" Millr. . dearly -.' beloved husband of LouUa
' ■' Mflly, and lovJDg father of Albert J.. Emll F.. i
' Louisa - and Jerome C.. Milly • and • Mm. Fran i
-; Kmeckel.and beloved brother of Charles ami ,
;' John Mllly and Mrs. Madeline Hodaepp, Mrs.
A. ■. Frelennuta,, Mr«. M. Kessler and Mr«.
I George Rapp, a native of Alsace-Lorraine, aftd
.*" yean < moafh* ami 7 day*. A member ©1
South; San Francisco lodes No. 212, F. * A. V
M.; Spartan lodge No. 123. I. O. O. F.: Ernst'
Ton Bandel No, ■3, O. d. 11. 8., and Society
. Alsace-Lorraine. " " ■_. ; «
Funeral notice hereafter.
MOERIS— In Oakland. ; January 26, 1911. T,ureB
Fearn. beloved- infant daughter ,rf Louis A.
and Cladys M. Merri*, a native of Oakland,
ajted 3 years. . . ...
MOORE—In Fruitvale, January; 25. 1911. WII.
Ham F. Moore. *on of the late William F.
and Caroline T. Moore, »and brother of Albert
H. Moore and Mr*. Clara Walker and Mrs."'
Anna Jooet. a native of New "York, aged li
years 11 months and 13 days. V ■
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited vto - attend the funeral services ' today
, (Friday), • January 27, 1911. at 10 o'clock
a. m.. from the chapel of Arthur A, Barber &
Co,, 3329 East Fourteenth street, FruitvalP
Incineration Oakland ■ crematory.
SAX' FRANCISCO/ MAILERS CNION NO.
: 18.—Members of San Francisco Mailers' Unloi
No, IS »re respectfully Invited to attend llif
funeral of their late brother, William F. -
Moore, today (Friday). January 27. 1911. at
10 o'clock a. m., from the chapel of Artbui
A. Barber & Co., 3329 East Fourteenth street,
1 Froitvale. By order of
JOHN GARVF.Y. President.
HARRY C. MXXSLL. Secretary.
! MORGAN—In this city, January 25, 1911. Elisa
beth Bowellan Morgan, beloved wife of W. J,
Morgan, a native of San Francisco. Cal.. asci
50 years and 11 day*. (Minneapolis and New
York papers please copy.)
> Friends are respect fully invited ■to attend . '
the funeral tomorrow (Saturday), January 28,
1911, at 10 a. m.. from the chapel of N. Graj
A Co., 2196 Geary street corner of Devlsadero, '
Interment private. Friends axe welcome at th« •
chapel of X Gray 4 Co., 2196 Geary street.
NOLAN—In this city, January 26. 1911. Bridget,
beloved wife of toe late. Martin Nolan, ani
mother of Mrs. J. ltimlinger. Mrs. J. B. Mil- -i
l»r, Mrs. Sarah Kelly and the late Mr«. /
Thomas Glynn. a native of County Galway,
Ireland, aged 78 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend' the funeral tomorrow (Satur
: day), January 28. 1911. at 8:30 o'clock a. m.,
from ■ her late. residence. 222 Birch avenue.
thence to St. Mary's cathedral, where a solemn
requiem high mass will be-celebrated for th«
repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock
a. in. . Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
O'KANE— In this city. January 25, 1911. at her
residence, - 2219 A Sutler -street, Mary Ellen
O'Kane, widow of the late John O'Kane, and' *
beloved mother of William D., James T..
Frank G. and Charles T. O'Kane,. Mrs. John
Ilanlon. Mrs. Theo Rethcrs and the late Mr«.
Ellen Kengla. a native of Fermoy, Ireland,
aged 80 years 7 months aDd 1 day.
'■ Friends are respectfully Invited to attend .thu -
| funeral Friday. January 27. at 9:30 a. m.. at
St. Dominic's church. Pierce and Bush street*,'
where a requiem high mas« will be celebrated
; for the repose of her soul. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, by electric funeral car.
PARKER—In Fruitvale. January 2.". 1911.
Charles M. T. Parker, beloved husband of
Myrtle B. Parker, a native of Springfield.
Mass., aged 49 years 6 months and 21 days.
(Springfield, Mass.. papers please copy.)
Friends _ ami acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services Satur
day,. January 28. 1911. at 2:30 o'clock p. m.,
from th« chapel of the Oakland crematory,
comer Howe and Mather streets. Oakland
(takefcPiedmont avenue cars*. Remains at
parlors lof Arthur A. Barber & Co. 3329 East
. Fourteenth street, Fruitvale. • ■ . ■
PETERSON—In Oakland. Cal., January 26. 1911,
Charles P. Peterson, beloved husband of Au
gusta M. Peterson, father of Mrs. E. J. Cross
man and Annie E. and Edwin C. Peterson, *
! native of Sweden, aged 58 years 0 months and
REEDY- in this city, January 25. 1911, Mary
Hattle, beloved wife of Frank Reedy, and sis- .
ter of John and Dennis James and Mrs.-Katie
loune and the late Rosa .Smith, a native of
California, aged 47 years and 1 day.
Remains at the mortuary , chapel of the
Golden Gat* undertaking company. 2475 Mis
sion street, until s 8 a. , m., today (Friday),
Interment Hayward, Cal.
6ABCANDEB— this city. January 25. 1911.
Catherine V.. dearly beloved wife of Charles
H. Sarcander. and loving sister of J. Lionel
Swift, a native of Ban Francisco, aged 36
years C months and 6 days.
The funeral will take place today fFrMay),
at 8:30 a. - m., from her late residence.
2440 Folsom street, thence to St. Charles
■ Borromeo's church, where a requiem high mass
•will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at .9 o'clock -a. m. Interment
Holy Crow cemetery, via electric funeral car v
from Twenty-eighth and Valencia streets.
SHEHADY— this city. January 24, 191: Sol
omon, dearly beloved husband of Anna She
bady. and loving father lof David ' Saehady. a
native of Syria, a>;ed 60 years. :■■". - ■: ,
■The funeral will take place today (Friday),
January 27. at 10:30 o'clock a. m., from
the parlors of J. .T. Crowly & Co.. 692 Valencia
ftreet between Seventeenth and Eighteenth.
Interment Mount, Olivet cemetery.
SMITH—In Oakland, January 26. 1911. Ann*
KUzabeth. beloved wife of the late John B.
Smith, and mother of 1,. 0. Hugh S. George
W.. W. S.. Klrby I. and John F. H. Smith
. and Mrs. Sarah Hukill. Mrs. Belle Sbult» and
Mrs. Molly V. Lodge, a native of Bridgeport,
0., aged 84 years 6 months and 25 day».
80LAJBI— In this city. January 2.". mil. Jamet
Solarl, dearly beloved husband of Mary Solari,
and loving father of Michael. George and Lens
Solari. a native of De I>elvi. Italy, age.) 42
year«. A member of Riggers' and Stevedorea*
i Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the ; funeral today (Friday*.
January 27. at 1:30 p. in., from the parlors o!
Valente, Marinl. Marals * Co.. 649 Green
-; street-between Stockton and Powell. Inter
ment Italian cemetery.
STERN—In this city. January 26. 1911, M. C,
i Stern, beloved husband of Edna Stern, ami
ton of Mrs. P. and the late Hermann Stern,
and brother of Ben M. Stern and Mrs. A. Kotm
and Mrs. C. N. Stern, a native of San Fran
cisco, Cal.,'aged 40 year* 11 months and 22
Friends and acquaintances and members of.
• Court Golden Gate No. 8," T. of A.; Golden
Gate lodge. I. 0. B. B.; Magnolia lodge No
. 29, I. o. o. F.: Magnolia lod«r» No. 41, A. O.
U. TV.; San Francisco aerie. No. 5, F. O. X.,
" and El Dorado council No. 581, N. TJ-, are re
spectfully invited to attend th« funeral serv
ices Sunday, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. at Har
mony hall, I. O. B. B. building. 149 Eddy
street.- ■ Interment Eternal Home cemetery, ■
by electric funeral car. Positively no flower's e>
. Remains at th« parlors of A. W. Martin &
Co., 1868 Geary street. -
TREVATHAN—In Oakland. Cal., Jannarr 24
1911. William H. Trevathan, aged 60 y»ara.
WATERMAN -At rest. In this city, January 25.
' 18H, at rhp residence of her grandson. Henry
Jahn. : 1002 Tennessee street, Catherine, be
loved wife of the late John Waterman, and
devoted mother of George Waterman of Hnlds
, burg. Cal.. , and . Mrs. ■ Fred Jahn ,of - Seattle.
Wash., and sister of George Boehme. a nstiv*
of France, age 4 86 yeara 4 months and 9
•" days. ■ ■ . ■■_• ;--..- \
':.-; Friends and acquaintance* are respectfully in- '■ V
rited to attend the funeral today (Ftiday), T
January 27, at 2 p. m.. from the parlors of H.
'F. . Suhr & Co., 2919 Mission street between
Twenty-fifth . and ~ Twenty-sixth. Interment
Mount Olivet cemetery,'by. automobile. ■
WEEKS—In this city. January 25, 1811. fMia- ■
beth. beloved wife of Bben Weeks, a native
of Boston.« Mass., aged 52 - years 11 month* ;/ ■
and 3 days. . , , . ,-■
: Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Friday),
at 10 o'clock a. m., from.the parlors of the ■
■ : Henry J. Gallagher • company, ■. 1314 Webster
.street between Ellis and O'Farrell. Interment
Cypress I/awn cemetery, by carriage. •
WIUORD-^ln' Oils city, .January : 23, 1911, "
CUarlotta, beloved wife of Albert Wllford.
: i and' loving mother of Haiel' C. -! Wilford < and
- Edward and Louis A.' Brader, -•: a.- native of
Stockholm, > Sweden, aged 64 years 8 . months
and 16 d«v».^ffigg^tp^flgjCffcYlK3fr
, .- -'• Friends and acquaintance!) are respectfully la- .
viteil to attend the funeral tomorrow (Saturday). -
■January 28, 1311, at 1 p. m., from. her late
' residence. ■-. 3009 * Jack son.-. street, r Interment
■Cypress I^awn cemetery,,by automobiles;
WOLLABD—In this city, January 2.1. 1911/ Ju-,
. lia, beloved wife of the late Isaac B. Wollard.
' and loving mother of William H.. Mattle and
. ' the late Isaac Wollard Jr. of Oakland, a na
tive of Ireland. •
;;" Friends i and • acquaintances - are ■ respectfully
. invited jto attend the funeral Saturday, ■ Janu
i ary 28, 1911. -at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from i the ■
r. residence !of her son,- W. H. Wollard. 1054 ,
; Market street, >; Oakland, thence To St. Mary's •»■
-' - church,.. where i a solemn, requiem high mass
will be celebrated for. the repose of her soul,
' < commencing at 9 a. m.' Interment Holy Cress j
>» cemetery. t, ■ • . . : •"
JULIUS S. GOOEAU
Independent of the Trust
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Caskets *t $100, as good as - told *by Trust- \
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